Candy Spelling, the widow of the late film and television producer Aaron Spelling, is trying to cash her home in Malibu, California, for $ 23 million, according to Coldwell Banker Global Luxury.
The 8,100 square foot home spans over 80 feet of oceanfront façade on La Costa beach. The property was purchased by the couple 47 years ago and boasts seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a large hall and a multimedia room as well as a landscaped courtyard.
"It was our retreat over the weekend during the year and we would move for the whole summer instead of going on vacation," said Candy Spelling, adding that it is time for another family to fun.
And with $ 23 million in reserve – enjoy yourself.
The Spellings bought the house next door in the 90s and combined the two to create an even larger space for their family, according to the Wall Street Journal, adding that the house had been renovated many times since.
The property is co-listed by Joyce Rey, a global luxury specialist with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, Chris Cortazzo, Compass sales associate, and Linda May, Hilton & Hyland real estate manager.
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The listing comes after the former 56,500-square-foot Spellings estate in Los Angeles sold for nearly $ 120 million, making history as the largest real estate sale in the state.
The decadent mansion was exhibited in "Selling Spelling Manor" by HGTV. The show, in which Candy is seen coming out of the legendary home, debuted in 2012 and reached the absolute highest score in the fourth quarter of the network with an audience of over 4 million.